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Venue and location

The 2020 Summer School takes place at the Central European University

Central European University
Nádor utca 15
1051 Budapest
Hungary
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Getting to Budapest

More than 50 trains a day provide direct links between Budapest and 25 other European capital cities. The international station Keleti is part of the Budapest underground (Metró. The Keleti stop is on the Red (M2) metro line. MÁV (Hungarian Railway Company) may be able to offer discounts to students and others under the age of 26.
Bus station Népliget is in southeast Budapest. It is a stop on the Blue (M3) metro line. Discounts of up to 10% are available to students and others under the age of 26. Visit VolánBusz International Travel website for more details.
Some Hungarian motorways require an E-vignette ticket, valid for either 10 days or one month. These can also be purchased in any petrol station. Parking in the centre can be difficult and expensive. CEU cannot offer public parking.
Budapest Liszt Ferenc International Airport is 16km from the city centre. There are International connections primarily within Europe and good connections with London, Frankfurt, Munich, Brussels, Amsterdam and others.

Airport bus: There is a public bus which takes you to Deak Square in the city centre. Alternatively, use the miniBUD Airport Shuttle Service at least 48 hours prior to departure. Bookings can be made by phone +36 1 550 0000, email or online.

Airport taxis: Főtaxi is the official taxi partner of Budapest Airport. The kiosk is right outside the terminal building. Give the kiosk clerk your address and you will be given a ticket which includes the price of the fare and taxi number. A single trip to the city costs around 8500 / €27 depending on traffic. Please do not travel with drivers who might approach you in the arrival halls; always use the taxi kiosk.

Visas: If you’re a citizen of a European country, or of Australia, Canada, Israel, Japan, New Zealand and the USA, you do not require a visa to visit Hungary, provided you stay no more than 90 days. Check visa requirements on the Hungarian Foreign Ministry website. Hungary has signed up to the Schengen Agreement, so if you have a valid visa for any other Schengen-member country, it is also valid in Hungary.